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Washington Mills Expands Aluminum Oxide Recycling Services

May 31, 2012
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Washington Mills recently announced it has expanded its aluminum oxide recycling services for spent aluminum oxide blasting grit. Improvements have reportedly been made that allow Washington Mills to recycle higher volumes of dust and finer spent aluminum oxide blasting grit and powder than before. The previous system limited the amount of very fine material that could be recycled; new developments have reportedly eliminated the grit size restrictions. Washington Mills recycles spent aluminum oxide blasting grain in a completely closed loop recycling system by using its furnace technology.

For additional information, visit www.washingtonmills.com.

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